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Slovakian Armed Forces Combat Air Force (Armady Slovenskej Republiky Velitelstvo Vzdusnych Sil)

1939


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Rudder

The first version of the Slovakian national insignia, applied from 23 June 1939, had no white outline.

Example: Letov S.328/S.428/S.528

1939 to 1940


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Rudder


The second version of the Slovakian national insignia, which was used from 10 September 1939 until 15 October 1940 (some a/c retained it until May 1941), had a white outline.

In addition to the Slovakian crosses in wings and rudder, German Balkenkreuzen were also applied in the six Luftwaffe regulation positions during this period.

Example: Letov S.328/S.428/S.528

1940 to 1944


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The definitive SVZ national insignia, introduced on 15 October 1940, was applied on all aircraft until the Slovak National Uprising of August 1944. The cross was applied in mid-fuselage, instead of tail-rudder, on all Bf 109Es.

Example: Focke-Wulf Fw.189 Uhu
Example: Junkers Ju.52

From August 1944 to October 1944


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Rudder

From late August to October of 1944, the aircraft of the so-called Kombinovana letka of the insurgents carried this variation of the pre-war roundel. Note the different orientation and distribution of the colours. The outline could sometimes be white.

Example: Messerschmitt Bf.109G Gustav


Lower surfaces of wings (variant)

Variant

At least one of the insurgents' B.534s (coded S-12) was flown for some time with unfinished lower wing roundels. Also at least one S.328 (coded B-10) was flown with Soviet Red stars.

Example: Avia B.534
Example: Letov S.328/S.428/S.528

1993 to Present


Main

From early 1993 onwards, the aircraft of the separate LVPOS (ASR-VVS from 1 January 2002) began receiving their new Slovak national insignia. The shield has a thin white outline.

Example: MiG MiG-29/MiG-33/MiG-35 Fulcrum
Example: Sukhoi Su-25/Su-39 Frogfoot/Scorpion

by Stephen Sender


Last update: 05/08/2013
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